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Bringing Enterprise to life! An interview with Co-owner of Happy Out Brian Hanratty

Bringing Enterprise to life! An interview with Co-owner of Happy Out Brian Hanratty

#Enterprise interview with Brian Hanratty #HappyOut #LCBusiness #JCBusiness #CBA #ABQ #Unit2 with a worksheet for your classes
Going from a H4 to a H1 in the ABQ #ChasingH1s

Going from a H4 to a H1 in the ABQ #ChasingH1s

In this blog post, we're going to look at how easily a potential H1 student can throw away marks, or if you're a glass half full kind of person, how a student can go from a H4 answer to a H1 answer for an ABQ question with some easy fixes!
Easy To Make ABQ Errors

Easy To Make ABQ Errors

Check out my YouTube video on answering the ABQ here, to play in class or in study! This week, lets put some focus on the ABQ as Mocks are fast ap...
Make Your Headings Count

Make Your Headings Count

If you're too lazy to read any more than two lines, the summary of the piece is this:

Make your heading a statement, not a title.

If you want to know more, read on!

LC Business Class Tests – Making, Doing & Reflecting!

LC Business Class Tests – Making, Doing & Reflecting!

In this post, I’ve included a Marketing Class test that I gave recently, with some sample answers for different parts and a marking scheme used, as well as a post-exam reflection sheet given out to my class afterwards. I’ve found spending a little time creating class tests instead of using Past Paper questions and also a little time during the class test to answer some of the test myself to show the students has really helped improve understanding for my students as to what is required for full marks, and also to test them with unseen questions to make it more realistic to the Leaving Cert! Read on to for suggestions on making, doing and reflecting on class tests!
Distinguish between...

Distinguish between...

If you are asked to distinguish between two terms in your Leaving Cert Business exam, the examiner will look for points of difference between the two terms, not similarities.